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that breaking news we told you about at the 3:00 hour. >> nhp investigating a deadly crash impacting a lot of people making their way from las vegas to pahrump. and chelsea thomas with the latest. >> reporter: marie, we just heard from nhp two minutes ago and the two people in the crash thank you for waking up early with us killed were elderly, theyre now on blue diamond road, 160 just outside of las vegas. this is a crash involving three vehicles in a construction zone on blue diamond road. this is what nhp tells us, a driver in a dump truck was hauling construction equipment. he apparently lost brake power, and he rear-ended the sedan and continued downhill and rear-ended a motor home and the
germany and both were killed and the driver of the sedan and dump truck driver were taken to umc and both are expected to be okay. here's what nhp had to say just a few minutes ago. >> obviously, when there's any fatalities, it's always tragic but to roll up on two, in an rv, possibly on vacation, tonight's have this happen, it's a tragedy all the way around. there is no other way to describe night you can see blue they're advising people not to take this route. if you're going to pahrump from las vegas or pahrump to las vegas, vice administer is a, you want to avoid this hill, because traffic is pretty bad this. investigation will be lasting a few hours. they said that the crash scene is four football fields long. i'll send it back to you guys in the studio. >> quite a mess out there.
>> more infighting in the republican party is with donald trump lashing out at house speaker paul ryan. >> trump said he should spend more time on the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time fighting trump and this is in response to a remark that ryan said he won't defend trump and spend the next month defending g.o.p. control in the u.s. house and odell broke her silence about the trump record. >> trump recalled the failed attempts to seduce a married woman in the video saying i moved on her, and i failed, i admit it. "access hollywood" that odell was the one that rejected
. >> most political experts agree that donald trump had to excel to overcome this weekend's hot mic bombshell, so did he do enough to refocus the campaign and push his message that he's still the outsider that can tackle the nation's problems. >> one political analyst says there's still plenty of time to ride the trump >> reporter: most political experts agree sunday because make or break moment that salvaged the trump candidacy and political analyst said since there were no verbal knockout punches, there is plenty of time to get on the ship. >> most don't want hillary clinton to be president and inspired and enthusiastic to vote against her.
undecided is the issues that matter most to them were hardly touched on sunday night and the first 30 minutes dealt with very little other than the e-mail scandal and donald trump's hot mic issue and the most relevant issues concerning americans this election season are the economy, terrorism, foreign policy and healthcare. experts say if donald trump can stick to the issues and avoid the sniping m-undecided voters will be willing to successful businessman and run successful businesses and that gets him in the game in the end. >> with the support for the billionaire in recent days, taken, they will spend this homestretch selling donald trump as the only one for change. >> only rough believes what he believes and this country needs a big change and he's the agent of the big change. >> experts point out there's four weeks until the election
afghanistan and one stopped in germany. the details now from terrorism alert desk. >> from the terrorism alert desk in washington, i'm michelle marsh. at least 20 people are dead and many injured in a suicide bomber attack in afghanistan. 10 of those dead are afghan police officers. the taliban is claiming responsibility for attack. a two day manhunt is over in germany. german police 22-year-old syrian plan who was planning an attack similar to those in paris and brussels. they recognized him from a wanted poster, tied him up and turned him in. and malaysian police have arrested 16 isis terror suspects that span six states. these arrests stopped a number of terror plots but would not
from washington, i'm michelle marsh. >> there is a lot of concern for clowns and this could have been deadly for these teenagers, wearing these masks and carrying what looked like a real gun. they approached an employee in a babies "r" us store and that woman immediately called police. when the officer arrived, they ripped their masks off and ran. police caught up with them and discovered an air soft pistol, which is essentially a 14-year-old and a split second decision as an officer and you see this pointed out, you'll think it's a real gun. >> the teens were not arrested or charged, but police say they were high on marijuana and the teens never raised the gun at anyone. >> nestle issued a recall of the drum stick ice cream cone.
freezer. they may be contaminated with listeria and it clouds the 16 count variety pack and the 24 vanilla pack. nestle says if you have the ice creams, don't eat them but return them to the store or contact nestle consumer services for a replacement. >> there are millions of trick-or-treaters out there that would really appreciate your participation in what is becoming a halloween tradition and making th >> and potentially saving lives. here's more. >> introduced on halloween just two years ago, the teal pump kin project is scarying away those with food allergies. >> chances are pretty good that a child down the street from you or down the block has a life-threatening food allergy.
allergy and education group encourages people to display a teal pumpkin or sign on your front door to let allergic trick-or-treaters and their parents know that you know. >> that you have safe options for kids with food allergies or with other dietary restrictions for whom candy might not be an option. >> options that are non-food treats to keep in bowl to avoid cross contact, and if you're also offering non-food treats for non-allergic trick-or-treaters, make sure they're commercially wrapped. >> if you collect something not commercially wrapped, you should just toss it. >> and remind children that snacking while trick-or-treating could have a very scary outcome. chris clacken, nbc news.
7 offering replacement note 7s. the galaxy phones have sparked several fires across the country and some out of the country. samsung blamed them faulty batteries for them and verizon and sprint will exchange any 7 note for any of the other >> still ahead, where and when you can get a free checkup. >> plus, kindness from a competitor keeps a student athlete in the race. still ahead in the good stuff, how sportsmanship made both boys big winner. >> five above normal days and five below the normal days and >> five above normal days and five below the normal days and we are doing 90 and things w wil two billionaires, spending millions to buy a senate seat for joe heck.
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rejected her, and so she was transferred to the oregon zoo in portland. for now, she remains in a temporary quarantine to make sure she doesn't have any health issues that could harm other polar bears. the zookeepers say if everything goes as planned, nora should make her public debut this month. >> isn't that what you do over the weekend? >> h blamed for increase of diabetes, type 2 and heart disease. >> there shows several major organizations received funding from the nation's top soda companies. coca-cola and pepsico sponsoring these companies that could have skewed the support for public
consumption of soda. there is a study that emotions hurt a person's health and being angry or extremely upset can trigger a heart attack. 12,000 patients were asked what they were feeling an hour before the heart attack and they found there was twice the risk between emotional distress and the start of a heart attack, and patients physically exerting themselves while upset had tripled the risk of heart attack symptoms. >> got to chill after a turnout from last year, wal-mart offering free health checkups nationwide. the wellness day will take place next saturday from noon-4:00 in the afternoon local time. customers can receive blood pressure, glucose and vision screenings along with product samples and information on health insurance options and licensed pharmacists will be onhand to provide immunizations
50,000 were conducted last year from wal-mart and detected more than 7,000 cases of high blood pressure. >> let's talk about the good stuff where we look at some of the uplifting thing happening around our world. >> looks like one for record books at western michigan university. more than a thousand couples set a record for the most vow renewals in one place at the same time. >> i now pronounce you are married under the eyes of the couples gathered on the western michigan university east campus. each couple celebrating a different number of years of wedded bliss. >> we're married 25 june 6th. >> but trying to break the guinness world record of renewing the most vows in the someplace at the same time.
one from around the world. >> a great day to have so many broncos together to celebrate their love, their connection to western and be together. >> wmu alumnus there to officiate the renewal. >> when i had to repeat the vows, it was an emotional moment for me. i had tears in my eyes. great to do it again. >> reporter: miami uve with 1,087 set in one to and records were meant to be broken, but won't see it yet in the guinness record but looks like 1,201 couples beat that. >> that was brittany gray report. >> a young athlete demonstrates the true meaning for
won the admiration of everyone that saw him compete. there was a competitor that veered off the course more than once and that competitor, adam todd suffers from autism and epilepsy, so he grabbed his hand and led him to the finish line and evan let his competitor take the lead. >> pretty neat. i kind of pushed him in front of me when i finished. i wanted him to be in front of himself. >> i can't tell you the immense pride i felt and the same thing talking with coach harp, we were both pretty much choked up about that, because you coach 20, 30 years, and it's moments like that that make it worth it. >> evans' teammate showed their support as they ran alongside the boys approaching the finish line. >> it was a magical moment that had many people in tears.
>> yeah, absolutely. keep this conversation going, tweet us with that. >> join the conversation on facebook by liking us and just search for us, ksnv news 3 las vegas. >> now ahead on "news 3 live at 5:00" good news about could be a good time to sell your house. >> at 5:00, what police are saying about this horrible fight all caught on camera. those stories and a check on traffic on "news 3 live at 5:00". >> the death toll in hurricane matthew has risen to more than a thousand in haiti. >> we have help going to that island and slammed with 145 mile
million people in dire need of humanitarian aid. sker zer [indiscernable] . >> clearing the roads is critical of getting assistance to haiti's southern region. right now, nothing is getting through. information haitian leaders are not sure of the extent of the damage in that area. >> all right, we want to get a
by, jerry brown in the "news 3" weather center and some people lucky enough to have the day off, not us, of course, but some people apparently. >> yeah, it's a warm one, and one more warm day and we'll cool things off, but eventually we'll get some winds in here, to henderson and put the cadence camera in motion. the day started with sunshine and high clouds and the clouds thickened and lowered a bit and mostly cumulous and mostly cloudy across the valley, 91 in henderson in lake mead parkway and warm springs and north northwest winds at 7 and the humidity comfortable despite the cloud cover, 11% in aliante and 88 in cremm middle school and lamping elementary with south breeze and 84 and 90 in the
mountain's edge, 87 and 63 in the mountain and 90 in mesquite, lake mead marina, 91 and 87 in sandy valley. nationally, here's good news with major problems in north carolina, but at least it is dry. the moisture from the cold front that interacted from matthew from the maritimes with showers in missouri and iowa, but for us, we have this and that has thickened over the last couple of hours and will be on the thick side overnight with a clearing tomorrow. as you can see, we have a pretty continuous flow off the coast from california, but things are getting a little more active up in the pacific with a couple of lows are going to drop down and stir up our atmosphere a bit, but with the weather from the north rather than the south, our temperatures are also going to drop. that's the good news.
40 on the must be. the temperatures tomorrow, a degree or two cooler than today but still warm, low 90s in eastern clark county, 85 pahrump, 88 in boulder city. how about mid-60s overnight, a mild night because the normal low tomorrow morning is 60 degrees on the mild side and tomorrow, a mix of sun and a few high clouds but generally on the warm side, 90 degrees. 68 p.m. with an increase of winds in the afternoon hours and the 7-day forecast shows the change, not much going on wednesday and thursday, but friday, the winds kick in and although we warm up for a brief period on friday, our temperatures drop on saturday and sunday into the mid-80s and 80 following monday, which means we're in the 70s most of the day, that's nice, where we'd like to be. >> october is really just wonderful.
still beautiful, no complaints, jerry. thank you, sir. appreciate that. >> if you think this game is nuts, you're absolutely right. >> this is world's conquers championship, a traditional schoolyard game in britain and ireland. they string up a horse net chestnut and take turns hitting the conquer until one breaks and this is not just for fun but charities helping the blind and it's so far collected $450,000 for visually impaired. >> and a mississippi girl heads for the end zone and winds up in the history book. this weekend, kendall brelan scored a touchdown during a high school football game. >> women have scored field goals and have kicked for extra points, but kendall is the first in the state's history to carry
she normally plays defensive tackle and her team won 61-14 was the final. >> all the high fives and hugs, showing they're all a team, embracing one of their own. amber did a cool story on a local girl here,
her name is emma, and not only does she play for the football team but also crowned >> all around superstar.
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